Girl Scout Daisies It s Your Journey Choose It! First Four Meetings

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Girl Scout Daisies It s Your Journey Choose It! First Four Meetings"

Transcription

1 Girl Scout Daisies It s Your Journey Choose It! First Four Meetings

2 Congratulations on deciding to become a Girl Scout Troop Leader! As you ve probably heard in your training already, the Girl Scout National Program Portfolio helps girls build leadership skills they can use to help make the world a better place. We hope that you find this guide helpful in getting started. Inside is an overview of four meetings you can use as you begin to meet with your troop. We encourage you to read through it before you begin. The sessions are designed to offer girls a sample of the themes of each Journey series. Then the girls choose which series they want to start using with the troop, all while promoting a girl-led, cooperative and learning by doing environment. Like the sample sessions offered in the Journey Adult Guides, these are just a sample of what your troop can do. You can substitute other activities to meet the needs of the troop. Some of these specific troop needs might be based on the size of your group, your meeting space, and the girls interests. Local volunteers such as your Mentor, Service Unit Manager or other troop leaders can help give ideas and tips for working with girls. If your troop is getting started near one of the Council s product sales (Cookies or Magazines & Munchies), you will receive information and activities to prepare your girls. These activities will help the girls develop the skills they ll need for successful sales. Learning by earning is one of the many ways girls use the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to build selfconfidence and leadership skills.

3 It s Your Journey Choose It Daisy First Four Meetings SESSION 1 Goal: In this session, girls will be introduced to the It s Your World Change It Journey. Girl Scout Daisies discover and give voice to their special qualities and begin to learn about gardens. Today s Meeting Includes the Following Activities: Daisy Girl Scout Flower Friends Blooming Girl Scout Law Flower Pot Daisy Circle: Garden Style Materials: Daisy Girl Scout Flower Friends Coloring Sheet, one per girl Markers, crayons or colored pencils Light ball or bean bag Optional: Healthy snack Blooming Girl Scout Law Flower Pot sheet, one per girl(see attached) Foam flower shapes Glue(if shapes are not sticky backed) As Girls Arrive: It s important to always have a quiet activity for the girls to do while they wait for the meetings to start. For this meeting, as girls arrive, invite them to sit at the table and work on the Daisy Girl Scout Flower Friend coloring sheet. If you have extra parents on hand at this meeting, this is good time to ask them to assist the girls with this project while you greet the girls and parents as they arrive. Opening Ceremony: Bring the girls together in a circle and explain that they are now in a Daisy Circle, something they will form to mark special times such as starting their Girl Scout time together, welcoming new girls and special visitors, sharing ideas, making group decisions, listening to stories and any other times they want to talk as a group. Using a light ball or bean bag, take turns tossing it to each girl in the circle. Explain to the girls that when a girl has the ball/bean bag, she should say hello, her name and one thing about herself she wants everyone to know. Tip: The girls may not have an idea of something they want to share, so be ready with questions such as What is your favorite color? What games do you like to play? What do you like to do with your family? etc. Once the girls have introduced themselves to each other, introduce the girls to Girl Scouts. Show them the Girl Scout promise and sign. Ask them to say it aloud with you, reading it one line at a time and having them repeat it after you. Explain that the Girl Scout Law tells all the good ways that Girl Scouts treat one another and world, being kind and considerate, friendly and helpful, caring and thoughtful. Let them know that the law is an important part of Girl Scouting that they will learn throughout their time as Girl Scout Daisies. Business: This is a good time to talk about any product sales activities, field trip ideas or other info the group needs to discuss or make decisions about. Let the girls know that they will discuss business at every meeting, as they work together to choose what they will do and when they will do it!

4 Blooming Girl Scout Law Flower Pot: Give each girl a Blooming Girl Scout Law Flower Pot sheet. Explain to the girls that the parts of the law are like flowers in a garden. Each one is important and needs tending to in order for it to blossom. As you read each part of the law, the girls can add flowers to their pot. Be sure to ask the girls for examples of how they can live each part of the law (you might ask How could you show that you are considerate and caring? ). If the girls get stuck, you or your adult helpers can offer some suggestions. Let the girls know that during their time as Daisies, they are going to hear more about the Girl Scout Law and their flower friends through stories, games and art projects. Daisy Circle Garden Style: Gather the girls in a circle and explain to them that no matter where people live- house or apartment, city, suburb, or rural areas- gardens are rarely far away. Talk about the gardens that your group of Daisies may know about- a flower patch at their school, a garden within a city park, a community garden in their neighborhood, or even one in their own backyard! Explain to the girls that they ll now play a game where they will be the critters that live in a garden. Start off by talking about four or five garden critters common to your community. If you live in an urban area and the girls have not had a chance to visit many gardens, likely they will have seen pigeons, small birds like sparrows, and possibly squirrels. Ask the girls if they know for example, what sound a bird makes (chirp) and how it moves about (by flapping its wings). Encourage the girls to name some critters on their own by asking Do you know any other garden critters in our area? In this way, the girls will have a variety of critter sounds and movements in mind before the game starts. Next, explain that you will call out the name of a garden critter, and all the girls, together, will pretend to be that critter in sound and movement The girls will continue the critter s sound/movement until you call out a new critter. Example: You call out bird and all the girls chirp and flap their arms. Then you call out frog and the girls jump up and down and say ribbit, ribbit. Once the activity gets going and the girls have moved through a few garden critters, consider asking the girls to take turns calling out critter names. You can then join the rest of the girls making critter sounds and movements. Optional: Snack Some troops like to have snack time to give the girls some energy and time to chat. This will depend on your group, when you meet, and the rules of the space you re using. Use your kaper chart to help select helpers to pass out snack, napkins, and anything else you ll need. When it s time to clean up, use the kaper chart to select helpers to help with clean up. Everyone should help clean up, but the clean-up helpers remind everyone that A Girl Scout always leaves a place better than she found it. Closing: Friendship Squeeze Ask the girls to join together in the Daisy Circle. Explain that they will now join hands for a special closing to their time together. Explain that in a Friendship Circle, everyone gathers in a circle where they cross their right arm over their left in front of them and hold hands with the girls on either side. Once everyone is silent, one girl starts the friendship squeeze by squeezing the hand of the person to her left. One by one, moving clockwise, each girl passes on the squeeze until it travels all the way around the circle. Finally, thank the girls for a great first Girl Scout Daisy gathering. Let them know that you really look forward to their next time together.

5

6

7 It s Your Journey Choose It Daisy First Four Meetings SESSION 2 Goal: In this session, girls will be introduced to the It s Your Planet Love It Journey. Girl Scout Daisies expand their knowledge of seeds and how they travel as a step to understanding how vegetation can vary around the world. Today s Meeting Includes the Following Activities: So Many Seeds Seed Art A Walk in Nature to See Seeds Materials: Daisy Girl Scout Flower Friends Coloring Sheet, one per girl Markers, crayons or colored pencils Light ball or bean bag Optional: Healthy snack Large construction paper or water color paint Assorted beans and seeds Glue Large clear plastic container Small handheld fan or paper fan As Girls Arrive: It s important to always have a quiet activity for the girls to do while they wait for the meetings to start. For this meeting, as girls arrive, invite them to sit at the table and work on the Daisy Girl Scout Flower Friend coloring sheet. If you have extra parents on hand at this meeting, this is good time to ask them to assist the girls with this project while you greet the girls and parents as they arrive. Opening Ceremony: Bring the girls together in a circle and explain that they are now in a Daisy Circle, something they will form to mark special times such as starting their Girl Scout time together, welcoming new girls and special visitors, sharing ideas, making group decisions, listening to stories and any other times they want to talk as a group. Using a soft ball or bean bag, take turns tossing it to each girl in the circle. When a girl has the ball/bean bag, she should say hello, her name and share something about herself. Since this session focuses on seeds, you might want to suggest they share something about plants, nature, food or even places they have visited. Once the girls have introduced themselves to each other, introduce the girls to Girl Scouts. Show them the Girl Scout promise and sign. Ask them to say it aloud with you, reading it one line at a time and having them repeat it after you. Explain that the Girl Scout Law tells all the good ways that Girl Scouts treat one another and world, being kind and considerate, friendly and helpful, caring and thoughtful. Let them know that the law is an important part of Girl Scouting that they will learn throughout their time as Girl Scout Daisies.

8 Business: This is a good time to talk about any product sales activities, field trip ideas or other info the group needs to discuss or make decisions about. Let the girls know that they will discuss business at every meeting, as they work together to choose what they will do and when they will do it! So Many Seeds: Explain to the girls that seeds are baby plants just waiting to grow. They can be blown by the wind or carried by animals to water. They can stick to clothes and shoes too. These are the ways seeds travel far from home. Place a bunch of seeds in the container you ve brought in. Next, use the fan to simulate wind blowing the seeds about. If you have enough seeds and a good bit of wind, the seeds will go flying about (maybe in a whirl), but will stay within the confines of the box. Ask the girls Does this give you an idea of what lots of wind outdoors can do to seeds? Can you see how this can be a good way for seeds to spread themselves? Can you think of times when having seeds blowing all over the place might not be good? When? What could happen that might not be good? Wrap up by asking Can you see how if we are all careful with seeds, we are helping to take good care of Planet Earth? Seed Art: Show girls assorted seeds and talk about what plants they come from. Help the girls to design and create a picture using seeds. The girls can draw a picture and decide how much or little seeds they want to add. Using a paint brush and glue, paint glue where you want seeds, place seeds in glue. Allow to dry on flat surface. A Walk in Nature to See Seeds: This outdoor time gives Daisies an opportunity to enjoy all the wonders of nature while getting a firsthand look, depending on your location and the time of year, at the variety of seeds that fall to the ground in parks, wooded areas or just in your neighborhood! Once outside, tell the girls How many sizes, shapes, colors, and textures of seeds can you find? Let s start looking! If you don t find many or any at all, remind the girls that the wind can carry the seeds away. Suggest that the group try to look another time at a park or at Girl Scout camp! Optional: Snack Some troops like to have snack time to give the girls some energy and time to chat. This will depend on your group, when you meet, and the rules of the space you re using. Use your kaper chart to help select helpers to pass out snack, napkins, and anything else you ll need. When it s time to clean up, use the kaper chart to select helpers to help with clean up. Everyone should help clean up, but the clean-up helpers remind everyone that A Girl Scout always leaves a place better than she found it. Closing: Friendship Squeeze Ask the girls to join together in the Daisy Circle. Explain that they will now join hands for a special closing to their time together. Explain that in a Friendship Circle, everyone gathers in a circle where they cross their right arm over their left in front of them and hold hands with the girls on either side. Once everyone is silent, one girl starts the friendship squeeze by squeezing the hand of the person to her left. One by one, moving clockwise, each girl passes on the squeeze until it travels all the way around the circle. Finally, thank the girls for a great Girl Scout Daisy gathering. Let them know that you really look forward to their next time together.

9

10 It s Your Journey Choose It Daisy First Four Meetings SESSION 3 Goal: In this session, girls will be introduced to the It s Your Story Tell It Journey. Girl Scout Daisies explore how animals, like people are unique, including how they communicate and move. Today s Meeting Includes the Following Activities: Animal Riddles Animals Around the World- The Art of Origami Animal Yoga Materials: Animal Riddles Markers, crayons or colored pencils Light ball or bean bag Origami paper or colored paper cut in a square Optional: Healthy snack Optional: soft music, music player As Girls Arrive: It s important to always have a quiet activity for the girls to do while they wait for the meetings to start. For this meeting, as girls arrive, invite them to sit at the table and work on an animal riddle with a partner. If you have extra parents on hand at this meeting, this is good time to ask them to assist the girls with this project while you greet the girls and parents as they arrive. Opening Ceremony: Bring the girls together in a circle and explain that they are now in a Daisy Circle, something they will form to mark special times such as starting their Girl Scout time together, welcoming new girls and special visitors, sharing ideas, making group decisions, listening to stories and any other times they want to talk as a group. Using a light ball or bean bag, take turns tossing it to each girl in the circle. Explain to the girls that when a girl has the ball/bean bag, she should say hello, her name and her favorite animal. Once the girls have introduced themselves to each other, introduce the girls to Girl Scouts. Show them the Girl Scout promise and sign. Ask them to say it aloud with you, reading it one line at a time and having them repeat it after you. Explain that the Girl Scout Law tells all the good ways that Girl Scouts treat one another and world, being kind and considerate, friendly and helpful, caring and thoughtful. Let them know that the law is an important part of Girl Scouting that they will learn throughout their time as Girl Scout Daisies. Business: This is a good time to talk about any product sales activities, field trip ideas or other info the group needs to discuss or make decisions about. Let the girls know that they will discuss business at every meeting, as they work together to choose what they will do and when they will do it! While in the Daisy circle today, give the girls a chance to share their Animal riddles with each other. The girls may need help if they are not yet reading independently. You may need to ask them these questions, Describe how the animal looks, Describe a sound the animal makes, Who Am I? After the girls have a chance to guess, the sharing partners can turn over their page to show the picture they drew together of their animal.

11 Animals Around the World: Ask the girls if they know of any animals that live in other parts of the world. They might need some ideas, so you could mention elephants (Africa), lion (Iran), and panda (China). Share with the girls that in Japan, a very special kind of bird is the crane. Show them the pictures (attached); explaining that one of them is origami. Let them know that an ancient Japanese legend says if a person folds a thousand origami cranes, then a crane will grant that person a wish, such as a long life. You can also share some fun facts about Japanese cranes; Tancho (their name in Japanese) they are among the largest of all cranes, they are 5 feet tall and weigh about 26 pounds. In Japan, cranes symbolize peace, long life, and good fortune. Ask for a volunteer or two to help you pass out pieces of origami or other square shaped paper. As you guide the girls in making a fun origami shape (see instructions, attached), you might want to tell them about Florence Temko, an origami expert who taught origami to the world and to Girl Scouts the world over, too! Animal Yoga: If you ve brought music, put it on now to set the mood. Then introduce (and demonstrate!) each of the moves, reminding the girls to start each one with a deep breath in, and finish with a deep breath out. The Butterfly- Sitting down, press the bottoms or soles of your feet together. Keep your back nice and straight. Now gently rock your knees up and down. The Turtle- Curl up on the floor. Tuck your knees under your tummy. Round your back as if you were a turtle in a shell. Slowly stretch one arm forward, and then slowly bring it back into your shell. Repeat with one arm at a time, then one leg at a time. Try to stretch your neck too. The Crane- Stand on both feet. Lift one leg, and touch your foot to the inside of your other leg, right above or below the knee. Balance. Now try the other side. If you can, bring both arms over your head. Press Palms together. When the girls have finished their mini-yoga session, ask them how they feel. Let them know that the poses are something other people might enjoy learning and that they can teach others to do them! Optional: Snack Some troops like to have snack time to give the girls some energy and time to chat. This will depend on your group, when you meet, and the rules of the space you re using. Use your kaper chart to help select helpers to pass out snack, napkins, and anything else you ll need. When it s time to clean up, use the kaper chart to select helpers to help with clean up. Everyone should help clean up, but the clean-up helpers remind everyone that A Girl Scout always leaves a place better than she found it. Closing: Friendship Squeeze Ask the girls to join together in the Daisy Circle. Explain that they will now join hands for a special closing to their time together. Explain that in a Friendship Circle, everyone gathers in a circle where they cross their right arm over their left in front of them and hold hands with the girls on either side. Once everyone is silent, one girl starts the friendship squeeze by squeezing the hand of the person to her left. One by one, moving clockwise, each girl passes on the squeeze until it travels all the way around the circle. Finally, thank the girls for a great Girl Scout Daisy gathering. Let them know that you really look forward to their next time together.

12 My Animal Riddle- Think of a favorite animal. Answer the questions below and then draw a picture of your animal on the back. Don t tell what animal you are working on, let s all try to guess later with the group! What do I look like? What sound do I make? Who Am I?

13

14

15

16

17 It s Your Journey Choose It Daisy First Four Meetings SESSION 4 Goal: In this session, girls will choose the journey they want to work on first. Girl Scout Brownies discover what they care about and team up for a great adventure! Today s Meeting Includes the Following Activities: Stamp of Approval Tally Up the Votes! Leaders Like You Materials: Small stickers, markers, or crayons Voting Ballots(see attached) Variety of picture books and story books Optional: healthy snack As Girls Arrive: It s important to always have a quiet activity for the girls to do while they wait for the meetings to start. For this meeting, as girls arrive, invite them look through the books on the table. Girls can read to a partner or alone, or just look at the pictures! Setting up the Voting Station: Hang the vote sheets on the walls low enough that the girls can see them. Place stickers or markers nearby. You or a helper could arrive a few minutes early to get this station ready. Or perhaps a helper can occupy the girls with music or singing. Opening Ceremony: Start the discussion by inviting the girls to say the Girl Scout Promise together. You might tell the girls, Before we begin to talk about and choose our journey, let s start our meeting with the Girl Scout Promise just like we have been doing at our meetings. Talk to the girls about all the fun things they ve done together so far in Girl Scouts. Allow each girl to talk about something that they ve done so far in your meetings or something they hope to do with the group. Business: This is a good time to talk about any product sales activities, field trip ideas or other info the group needs to discuss or make decisions about. Let the girls know that they will discuss business at every meeting, as they work together to choose what they will do and when they will do it! Investiture: Your first order of business for this meeting is to talk about and plan your troop investiture ceremony. An investiture is when new members say the promise and commit themselves to the Girl Scout Movement. There are no formal requirements for this ceremony, but it typically includes an opening, the group recites the promise and the girls receive their Daisy Girl Scout pin. Often family and friends are invited to share in this special tradition. Here are some tips for working with the girls to plan a ceremony:

18 1. Devote sufficient time to planning the ceremony. Good ceremonies have a clear purpose and enrich the meaning and mood of the ceremony. 2. Use Journey adult guides and The Girl s Guide to Girl Scouting to help girls plan their ceremonies. 3. Take safety precautions when using candles or fires, or when the girls construct bridges or platforms. Refer to Volunteer Essentials and the Safety Activity Checkpoints (available through your council) for specific advice. 4. Add personal elements to traditional ceremonies. Use favorite poems, songs, stories, and sayings, or have the girls write something new. 5. Consider the role of colors and symbols that the girls might use in their ceremony. 6. Observe flag etiquette when the girls hold flag ceremonies. When working with girls at this age level, you might find that you need to decide most of the logistics but with your help the girls can make decisions about whether to offer refreshments, choosing a song or poem, or displaying some of their work. Once you know when and where the ceremony will be, and what support you will need, be sure to share that information with troop parents so everyone is prepared and feels welcomed. You can find inspiration online or via Pinterest or by asking other leaders in your service unit. SU Facilitators, Recognition Committee or a GSWNY Program staff member can also be a good resource when looking for ideas. It s Your Journey Choose It!: It s time to let the girls know that we re ready to start a Girl Scout Journey but first we have to choose it! Explain to the girls that a Journey is an adventure we ll have together during our Girl Scout activities. Each Journey focuses on different topics, and we ll also earn badges, go on field trips, make art projects, play games have lots of fun! Remind the girls about all the exciting things they can do in each of the journeys: What happens when we team up together? When we work on the Daisy Flower Garden Journey, we learn about our flower friends and what it means to say and live the Girl Scout Promise and the Girl Scout law. We will grow our own plants and help make the world a better place! What is out there? When we work on the Between Earth and Sky Journey, we talk about the things we find in nature, plants, seeds, fruits and flowers. We ll also learn about places around the country and practice sharing our feelings with our friends. What s great about animals? When we work on the 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals Journey we learn to make origami animals, take care of our healthy bodies with animal yoga and learn to be responsible and care for our pets and other animals in nature. Give your stamp of approval: It s time to give your stamp of approval. Invite the girls to use their stickers to vote for the one(s) they most want to try out first. If you gave them more than one sticker, they can divide their votes based on multiple interests. Or the girls can draw a heart or star or a smiley face on the sheet for the Journey they want to vote for. The Journey with the most votes will be the one the troop begins. Tally up the votes! : Once all the girls have had a chance to put their stamp on the journey they chose, count up the votes for each one. Once the votes are tallied, the winner can be announced, but also let the girls know, there will be

19 opportunities to choose to learn about other topics, so if their first choice was not selected, there will be times when the troop will do other things that are of interest to them(learn more about the Daisy Flower friends, take field trips, do art projects, play games, and earn petals! Leaders Like You: Let the girls know that Juliette Low founded Girl Scouts in 1912 so that girls like them would have a chance to try new things and make their world a better place. They re already acting as leaders when they worked together to try new activities and choose their journey. Let s celebrate Juliette Low and Girl Scouts with the Juliette Low Story(see attached) Optional: Snack Some troops like to have snack time to give the girls some energy and time to chat. This will depend on your group, when you meet, allergies and the rules of the space you re using. Use your kaper chart to help select helpers to pass out snack, napkins, and anything else you ll need. When it s time to clean up, use the kaper chart to select helpers to help with clean up. Everyone should help clean up, but the clean-up helpers remind everyone that A Girl Scout always leaves a place better than she found it. Closing: Friendship Squeeze Ask the girls to join together in a circle. Explain that they will now join hands for a special closing to their time together. Explain that in a Friendship Circle, everyone gathers in a circle where they cross their right arm over their left in front of them and hold hands with the girls on either side. Once everyone is silent, one girl starts the friendship squeeze by squeezing the hand of the person to her left. One by one, moving clockwise, each girl passes on the squeeze until it travels all the way around the circle. Finally, thank the girls for another great Girl Scout gathering. Let them know that you are really excited to begin the Journey they chose tonight, and congratulate them for working together as a team!

20 The Story of Juliette Gordon Low As leader reads the story, girls perform the sound effects and actions as listed below. You may have to pause for a moment while the girls perform their part. Sound Effects: Little Girls - Stand and giggle Juliette Low - Curtsy and say, "Be my friend" Georgia - Wave and say, "Hey y'all" Horses Stomp feet and Say, "Neighhh" Lord Baden-Powell - Bow formally and say, "How d'ya do" London - Sing first line of "London Bridge is Falling Down" Boy Scouts - Make Boy Scout sign(2 fingers instead of 3 as Girl Scout sign) and say, "Be Prepared" Girl Scouts Make Girl Scout sign and say On My Honor Once upon a time there was a little girl named Juliette Low who lived in Georgia and loved to ride horses. After she grew up she went to London where she met Lord Baden-Powell, who founded the Boy Scouts. She was fascinated by the work he was doing. She studied with him awhile, and decided to start a troop of Girl Scouts for little girls in Georgia who also liked to ride horses. So, Juliette Low said good-bye to the Boy Scouts in London, and came home to Georgia with the idea that Lord Baden-Powell gave her. She formed a group of little girls, who liked to ride horses and do other interesting things, into a troop of Girl Scouts. They all loved it so much that the idea spread and now there are Girl Scouts all over the United States. (Speed up here) Aren't we glad that a little girl named Juliette Low from Georgia, who liked to ride horses and do other interesting things, went to London and met Lord Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts, and came home to start the wonderful world of Girl Scouts!

21 Daisy Flower Garden

22 Between Earth and Sky

23 5 Flowers 4 Stories 3 Cheers for Animals

Daisy Troop Start-up Kit

Daisy Troop Start-up Kit Daisy Troop Start-up Kit This booklet is a resource designed for a new leader to help make it through those first couple of troop meetings before a Basic Leadership and a Daisy Program Age Level Training

More information

Getting Started With. Your First Two* Girl Scout Brownie. Troop Meetings. *PLUS tips on What Happens Next?

Getting Started With. Your First Two* Girl Scout Brownie. Troop Meetings. *PLUS tips on What Happens Next? Getting Started With Your First Two* Girl Scout Brownie Troop Meetings *PLUS tips on What Happens Next? Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta 5601 North Allen Road Mableton, GA 30126 770-702-9100 www.gsgatl.org

More information

God is Eternal Lesson 1

God is Eternal Lesson 1 Preschool Curriculum (4K / 5K) August 15 th & 16 th, 2009 God is Eternal Lesson 1 Divine Attribute: Heart Response: God is Eternal Be Amazed Memory Verse: Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and

More information

A World of Girls uses stories to help girls find clues about how they can create positive change in the world change that affects girls.

A World of Girls uses stories to help girls find clues about how they can create positive change in the world change that affects girls. The First 8 Meetings A World of Girls uses stories to help girls find clues about how they can create positive change in the world change that affects girls. What You Need: Amuse girl book: Each girl needs

More information

Webelos Scouts will use old and new media in this adventure to bring stories to life as movies. Lights! Camera! Action!

Webelos Scouts will use old and new media in this adventure to bring stories to life as movies. Lights! Camera! Action! MOVIEMAKING RATIONALE FOR ADVENTURE Webelos Scouts will use old and new media in this adventure to bring stories to life as movies. Lights! Camera! Action! TAKEAWAYS FOR CUB SCOUTS Creating projects with

More information

Getting to Know God: Who God Is Week 7: God Is Unchanging LEADER PREPARATION

Getting to Know God: Who God Is Week 7: God Is Unchanging LEADER PREPARATION Getting to Know God: Who God Is Week 7: God Is Unchanging This includes: Leader Preparation Lesson Guide LEADER PREPARATION BIBLE BASIS What an amazing thought! While everything else around us is changing,

More information

4:1 7. Step 2 (20 25 minutes)

4:1 7. Step 2 (20 25 minutes) Lesson 4 God Loves US! 2 Kings 4:1 7 BIBLE TRUTH: God cares for all he made. MEMORY VERSE: God is love. 1 John 4:8 Step 1 (25 35 minutes) Welcome Time Options (10 15 minutes) Choose one of these activities

More information

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers You will need: Resources: CD / Tape player cushions (if you have enough floor space) name tags for each student glove puppet (for kids under 7) ball (for kids over 7) resources for whatever you are going

More information

NOAH PRAISES GOD (B.1.FALL.12)

NOAH PRAISES GOD (B.1.FALL.12) NOAH PRAISES GOD (B.1.FALL.12) Biblical Reference Genesis 8:20, 9:8-17 Key Verse Genesis 9:16 Key Concept The rainbow can help me remember God s promises. Educational Objectives At the end of the class

More information

BABIES FEBRUARY 2015. Basic Truth: Hold or rock a baby and sing the following song to the tune of Are You Sleeping.

BABIES FEBRUARY 2015. Basic Truth: Hold or rock a baby and sing the following song to the tune of Are You Sleeping. BABIES FEBRUARY 2015 Basic Truth: Jesus wants to be my friend forever. Hold or rock a baby and sing the following song to the tune of Are You Sleeping. Jesus loves you. Jesus loves you. Yes, He does. Yes,

More information

The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments The Ten Commandments Teacher Pep Talk: God had miraculously led His people (the Israelites) out of Egypt and safely through the Red Sea. Now at long last the Israelites had arrived at the mountain of God.

More information

This activity will help the Bear Scout learn about being observant, looking for clues, and solving situations with those clues.

This activity will help the Bear Scout learn about being observant, looking for clues, and solving situations with those clues. Forensics RATIONALE FOR ADVENTURE This activity will help the Bear Scout learn about being observant, looking for clues, and solving situations with those clues. TAKEAWAYS FOR CUB SCOUTS Learning observation

More information

Step 1: Come together

Step 1: Come together THE STORY FOR LITTLE ONES: Preschool LESSON GUIDE: Lesson 24 95 JeSUS, the teacher Bible Basis: Matthew 5:2 12; 6:5 15; 14:22 32; Mark 4:30 41; 6:30 44; Luke 10:25 37; 15:1 7; John 6:66 71 Bible Verse:

More information

The following are sample ideas for physical activity breaks.

The following are sample ideas for physical activity breaks. Appendix D. Ideas for Physical Activity Breaks in Meetings Ideas for Physical Activity Breaks in Meetings Benjamin Franklin once said, You don t stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because

More information

THE WORD OF GOD SPOKEN BY PROPHETS (C.3.SPRING.4)

THE WORD OF GOD SPOKEN BY PROPHETS (C.3.SPRING.4) THE WORD OF GOD SPOKEN BY PROPHETS (C.3.SPRING.4) Biblical Reference Jeremiah 1:1-19 Key Verse Jeremiah 1:9 Key Concept Just as the prophets spoke God s word, I too can share God s word with others. Educational

More information

FIRST GRADE AIR AND WEATHER STUDY

FIRST GRADE AIR AND WEATHER STUDY CLASS: AIR AND WEATHER: AIR PRESSURE Students will learn that air exerts pressure on all matter through a variety of hands-on experiments and teacher-led demonstrations. Capturing Air For this teacher

More information

Today, it is spoken in some offices. He's going to study English hard. and talk with a lot of people in the future.

Today, it is spoken in some offices. He's going to study English hard. and talk with a lot of people in the future. Good. How are you? You re welcome. How are you? Oh, no. You mustn t help him. OK. I ll ask him. Why did you finish the report? You can t buy a dictionary. No, thank you. How are you? It s cloudy. How are

More information

Getting School Ready in Iowa

Getting School Ready in Iowa Getting School Ready in Iowa I want to be ready for kindergarten. How can the kindergarten be ready for me? A guide for families and early care, health, and education providers caring for children who

More information

Domain and goal Activities Dancing game Singing/Vocalizing game Date What did your child do?

Domain and goal Activities Dancing game Singing/Vocalizing game Date What did your child do? AUDITION Sways, dances or vocalizes to music and singing CD, MP3, radio Voice Bombardment of /p/ Speech Sounds p.5 6 An important aspect of learning to listen is learning that music and singing is different

More information

A SAMPLER OF. Daisy and Brownie Bridging Ceremonies

A SAMPLER OF. Daisy and Brownie Bridging Ceremonies A SAMPLER OF Daisy and Brownie Bridging Ceremonies A Basic Daisy-to-Brownie Bridging Ceremony Upside Down Pin/Magic Pond Daisy Bridging A New Batch of Brownies Brownie Stepping Stones (Bridge to Juniors)

More information

My Family FREE SAMPLE. This unit focuses on sequencing. These extension

My Family FREE SAMPLE. This unit focuses on sequencing. These extension Unit 5 This unit focuses on sequencing. These extension Unit Objectives activities give the children practice with sequencing beginning, middle, and end. As the learn to name family members and rooms children

More information

Reading Aloud with Children of All Ages

Reading Aloud with Children of All Ages with Children of All Ages Derry Koralek THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT ACTIVITY for building knowledge for their eventual success in reading is reading aloud to children, stressed Becoming a Nation of Readers,

More information

First Look TM Curriculum for Preschoolers

First Look TM Curriculum for Preschoolers First Look TM Curriculum for Preschoolers We want preschoolers to take a first look at who God is and understand... God made me. God loves me. Jesus wants to be my friend forever. October 22/23, 2011 Basic

More information

Junior Veterinarians School-Age Summer Camp 2014 Monday s Lesson Plan: Marine Animals

Junior Veterinarians School-Age Summer Camp 2014 Monday s Lesson Plan: Marine Animals Junior Veterinarians School-Age Summer Camp 2014 Monday s Lesson Plan: Marine Animals TIME 6:00-9:00 9:00-9:45 ACTIVITY EARLY DROP- OFF: Students will play games and puzzles relating to the day s theme

More information

RATIONALE FOR ADVENTURE TAKEAWAYS FOR CUB SCOUTS. Webelos Handbook, page 416 ADVENTURE REQUIREMENTS

RATIONALE FOR ADVENTURE TAKEAWAYS FOR CUB SCOUTS. Webelos Handbook, page 416 ADVENTURE REQUIREMENTS GAME DESIGN RATIONALE FOR ADVENTURE Scouts will use technology safely in this adventure to make fun games fueled by their own ideas. They will learn to plan, organize, and execute those ideas while working

More information

Crickets and Bugs. Bodies Bingo. Make bingo cards with activities or jokes in the spaces. Each person goes up to another one and tells the joke or

Crickets and Bugs. Bodies Bingo. Make bingo cards with activities or jokes in the spaces. Each person goes up to another one and tells the joke or Bodies Bingo Make bingo cards with activities or jokes in the spaces. Each person goes up to another one and tells the joke or does the activity with the other person. Activities can include hopping, laughing,

More information

Numbers Must Make Sense: A Kindergarten Math Intervention

Numbers Must Make Sense: A Kindergarten Math Intervention Numbers Must Make Sense: A Kindergarten Math Intervention Paula Kitchen Metropolitan School District of Pike Township Do you have students who do not recognize their numbers or cannot count to ten? We

More information

Helping your child with Reading

Helping your child with Reading Helping your child with Reading Some ways that you can support. Getting Started Sharing books - We teach phonics to help our children learn to read and write and in order to do this successfully they need

More information

David Is Anointed King By Samuel 1 Samuel 16:1-13

David Is Anointed King By Samuel 1 Samuel 16:1-13 Lesson 078 David Is Anointed King By Samuel 1 Samuel 16:1-13 MEMORY VERSE 1 S AMUEL 16:7 For the LORD does not see as m an sees; for m an looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart.

More information

IN A SMALL PART OF THE CITY WEST OF

IN A SMALL PART OF THE CITY WEST OF p T h e L a s t L e a f IN A SMALL PART OF THE CITY WEST OF Washington Square, the streets have gone wild. They turn in different directions. They are broken into small pieces called places. One street

More information

DEBORAH (B.2.FALL.7) Biblical Reference Judges 4:4-9, 4:13-15 Key Verse Romans 8:28 Key Concept. Life Application. Possible Activities and Class Plan

DEBORAH (B.2.FALL.7) Biblical Reference Judges 4:4-9, 4:13-15 Key Verse Romans 8:28 Key Concept. Life Application. Possible Activities and Class Plan DEBORAH (B.2.FALL.7) Biblical Reference Judges 4:4-9, 4:13-15 Key Verse Romans 8:28 Key Concept When I can trust God and obey Him without fear gives me the victory through the test. Educational Objectives

More information

Elementary Physical Education Substitute Activities. Sample Packets

Elementary Physical Education Substitute Activities. Sample Packets Elementary Physical Education Sample Packets The star system for creating successful and meaningful physical education activities for students and staff For more information visit http://www.advantagepress.com

More information

Move It, Move It! Kindergarten. Concepts. Objectives. Outline. Duration Pre-Visit: 60 minutes Visit: 30 minutes Post-Visit: 35 minutes

Move It, Move It! Kindergarten. Concepts. Objectives. Outline. Duration Pre-Visit: 60 minutes Visit: 30 minutes Post-Visit: 35 minutes Move It, Move It! Kindergarten Duration Pre-Visit: 60 minutes Visit: 30 minutes Post-Visit: 35 minutes Location Nature Gardens Supplies Movement cards Worksheets Pencils Crayons Markers Colored pencils

More information

Girl Scouts Heart of the South

Girl Scouts Heart of the South Girl Scouts Heart of the South Welcome to Daisy Girl Scouts! Through your leadership and willingness to volunteer, girls in kindergarten and 1 st grade will have the opportunity to learn about themselves,

More information

Theme 9. THEME 9: Spring Is Here

Theme 9. THEME 9: Spring Is Here Theme 9 64 CHALLENGE ACTIVITIES FOR Spring Is Here 65 WEEK 1 THEME 9/Week 1 1. What Season Is It? Think of some ways you can tell what season it is. You will make a picture riddle about a season. Choosing

More information

What did I learn from participating in the career fair, and how did my presentation contribute to my classmates knowledge?

What did I learn from participating in the career fair, and how did my presentation contribute to my classmates knowledge? Career Fair Reflection 10 CAREERS The BIG Idea What did I learn from participating in the career fair, and how did my presentation contribute to my classmates knowledge? AGENDA Approx. 45 minutes I. Warm

More information

Moses. July 11-12, 2015. God has a plan for us. Exodus 2-4; Jeremiah 29:11

Moses. July 11-12, 2015. God has a plan for us. Exodus 2-4; Jeremiah 29:11 rd 3 5 July 11-12, 2015 Moses Exodus 2-4; Jeremiah 29:11 God has a plan for us. th Connect Time (20 minutes): Five minutes after the service begins, split kids into groups and begin their activity. Remember

More information

The Colors of Christmas

The Colors of Christmas The Colors of Christmas A Children s Celebration of the Nativity By Dottie Lafferty Setting: Scene: Characters: Opening: Child1: Child2: Child3: Child4: Child5: Grandma s Living Room The only props will

More information

CREATIVE S SKETCHBOOK

CREATIVE S SKETCHBOOK Session Plan for Creative Directors CREATIVE S SKETCHBOOK THIS SKETCHBOOK BELONGS TO: @OfficialSYP 1 WELCOME YOUNG CREATIVE If you re reading this, it means you ve accepted the We-CTV challenge and are

More information

THRIVE MOMS RETREAT. host handbook. drawing closer to the heart of God in community with one another THRIVEMOMS.COM/LOCAL

THRIVE MOMS RETREAT. host handbook. drawing closer to the heart of God in community with one another THRIVEMOMS.COM/LOCAL THRIVE MOMS RETREAT host handbook drawing closer to the heart of God in community with one another THRIVEMOMS.COM/LOCAL table of CONTENTS Welcome Letter How to Get Started Spreading the Word Social Media

More information

This document was prepared for the Federal Emergency Management Agency s U.S. Fire Administration under contract number HSFE20-13-P-0275.

This document was prepared for the Federal Emergency Management Agency s U.S. Fire Administration under contract number HSFE20-13-P-0275. Family Guide This document was prepared for the Federal Emergency Management Agency s U.S. Fire Administration under contract number HSFE20-13-P-0275. For more information about the SESAME STREET Fire

More information

Vocabulary Activities: (compiled by Mekel Bromley)

Vocabulary Activities: (compiled by Mekel Bromley) Vocabulary Activities: (compiled by Mekel Bromley) Ball Toss: Any soft ball may be used to practice vocabulary and answering questions. The teacher simply tosses the ball to a student and asks a question.

More information

The Dance Lesson. A good dance lesson should contain some or all of the following:-

The Dance Lesson. A good dance lesson should contain some or all of the following:- The Dance Lesson The Primary School Curriculum says:- Dance in education involves the child in creating, performing and appreciating movement as a means of expression and communication. Dance differs from

More information

Teamwork Problem solving A Scout is loyal. Wolf Handbook, page 50 ADVENTURE REQUIREMENTS

Teamwork Problem solving A Scout is loyal. Wolf Handbook, page 50 ADVENTURE REQUIREMENTS CHARACTER CHARACTER CHARACTER CHARACTER COUNCIL FIRE RATIONALE FOR ADVENTURE This adventure will give Wolf Scouts the opportunity to learn more about their neighborhood and community structure, how they

More information

Working With Girl Scout Brownies

Working With Girl Scout Brownies Working With Girl Scout Brownies Table of Contents Section 1: Working with Girl Scout Brownies Welcome Who Are Girl Scout Brownies Achieving Girl Scout Goals and Girl Scout Outcomes Girl Scout Leadership

More information

A Quick Reference Guide

A Quick Reference Guide illustration by Nancy Margulies A Quick Reference Guide for Hosting World Café What are World Café Conversations? World Café is an easy-to-use method for creating a living network of collaborative dialogue

More information

Junior Ranger Storybook for Younger Children

Junior Ranger Storybook for Younger Children National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior Junior Ranger Storybook for Younger Children Flight 93 National Memorial This story can be read quietly before, during or after a visit to Flight 93

More information

STREETSENSE. Gym Cards

STREETSENSE. Gym Cards Teachers Notes The Scottish Road Safety Campaign have developed a series of Gym Cards to support activities at Level A in Streetsense. The Gym Cards can either be used in conjunction with specific Level

More information

A Leader s Guide to Building Troop Family Support

A Leader s Guide to Building Troop Family Support A Leader s Guide to Building Troop Family Support While Preventing Burn Out & Making Life Easier Section 1: Who benefits? Going For The Win / Win / Win You got into this for all the right reasons. You

More information

WHAT S IN OUR SHOPPING CART?

WHAT S IN OUR SHOPPING CART? Theme: Me and My Choices WHAT S IN OUR SHOPPING CART? Overview: In this series of activities, students will set up an imaginary grocery store. They will discuss food choices and create a shopping list

More information

Cognitive Abilities Test Practice Activities. Te ach e r G u i d e. Form 7. Verbal Tests. Level5/6. Cog

Cognitive Abilities Test Practice Activities. Te ach e r G u i d e. Form 7. Verbal Tests. Level5/6. Cog Cognitive Abilities Test Practice Activities Te ach e r G u i d e Form 7 Verbal Tests Level5/6 Cog Test 1: Picture Analogies, Levels 5/6 7 Part 1: Overview of Picture Analogies An analogy draws parallels

More information

Plant In a Cup. When considering what to do for our curriculum project, our main goal was

Plant In a Cup. When considering what to do for our curriculum project, our main goal was Sammi Meril and Grace Slone Final Paper Kindergarten Education 200 May/6/2013 Plant In a Cup When considering what to do for our curriculum project, our main goal was to create stimulating lesson that

More information

Compassion. March March. Pet Pals. Core Value: Compassion. Before the Meeting. Gathering

Compassion. March March. Pet Pals. Core Value: Compassion. Before the Meeting. Gathering Pet Pals Compassion Pack Committee Why Pet Pals for the Core Value Compassion. Compassion is having care and concern for the well-being of others. Others do not have to be people. This month we focus on

More information

A workshop for Teachers of Young Children. How Blocks Stack Up. By Sharon MacDonald

A workshop for Teachers of Young Children. How Blocks Stack Up. By Sharon MacDonald A workshop for Teachers of Young Children How Blocks Stack Up By Sharon MacDonald 11920 N. Deerclover Lane Tucson AZ 85737 phone (520) 505-4842 website and email: sharonmacdonald.com 1 Many skills and

More information

Advanced Techniques for the Walkingbass

Advanced Techniques for the Walkingbass Advanced Techniques for the Walkingbass I have seen guys with 5 string basses who can t get half the sounds that you are getting out of just three. -Buddy Fo of the Invitations If you have read the Beginners

More information

Activity Pack We re Going on a Bear Hunt

Activity Pack We re Going on a Bear Hunt World-class theatre for children Activity Pack We re Going on a Bear Hunt We re all going on a Bear Hunt Read the song in Appendix A Beat out the rhythm together. Can you come up with another rhythm? Can

More information

Getting Started with WebSite Tonight

Getting Started with WebSite Tonight Getting Started with WebSite Tonight WebSite Tonight Getting Started Guide Version 3.0 (12.2010) Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. Distribution of this work or derivative of this work is prohibited

More information

Active Learning Strategies

Active Learning Strategies Active Learning Strategies Right Brain Reports Let learners work in small groups to create informational reports to present to the large group. Instead of a verbal report on the information, have learners

More information

K-1 Common Core Writing Santa Fe Public Schools Presented by: Sheryl White

K-1 Common Core Writing Santa Fe Public Schools Presented by: Sheryl White K-1 Common Core Writing Santa Fe Public Schools Presented by: Sheryl White Session Objectives Review expectations in Common Core Writing Gain ideas for teaching opinion writing Collaborate and articulate

More information

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Harford District 2015 Cub Scout Day Camp June 22-26 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Station Volunteer s Guide Thank you for being a station volunteer! The stations are the heart of camp and truly provide

More information

Poster Inside. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. family map. Ready to explore? Let s go!

Poster Inside. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. family map. Ready to explore? Let s go! The Metropolitan Museum of Art Poster Inside family map Ready to explore? Let s go! Discover the Met with us! Use your imagination. What might you see, hear, taste, smell, or feel if you were inside an

More information

How Did That Get in My Lunchbox?

How Did That Get in My Lunchbox? A RIF GUIDE FOR COMMUNITY COORDINATORS Before reading: Ask children what they had for lunch. After they respond, ask them to tell you where that food came from. If they answer from the grocery store, ask

More information

Free Report. My Top 10 Tips to Betting Like a Pro With Zero Risk

Free Report. My Top 10 Tips to Betting Like a Pro With Zero Risk Free Report My Top 10 Tips to Betting Like a Pro With Zero Risk Legal Disclaimer: EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO ACCURATELY REPRESENT THIS PRODUCT AND IT'S POTENTIAL. EVEN THOUGH THIS INDUSTRY IS ONE OF

More information

Gift of the Magi By O Henry

Gift of the Magi By O Henry Gift of the Magi By O Henry One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That was all. And sixty cents of it in the smallest pieces of money - pennies. Pennies saved one and two at a time by negotiating with the

More information

Activities for the Young Baby

Activities for the Young Baby 31 Chapter 5 Activities for the Young Baby (Birth to 6 Months) A new baby does not usually look as though she is doing very much. She spends most of her time eating, sleeping, and resting. But even though

More information

Program 123: Income and Expenses

Program 123: Income and Expenses BIZ KID$ Program 123: Income and Expenses Introduction Explain that Biz Kid$ is a program to help people become financially educated, learn work-readiness skills, and to even become entrepreneurs or Biz

More information

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers Lesson: General: Time: Objectives: 40 mins - 1 hour Talking about ability, asking Can you? questions and answering with I can. Structures: "Can you..?" "I can " "What can you do?" Target Vocab: jump, run,

More information

Zoo Connections Curriculum

Zoo Connections Curriculum Zoo Connections Curriculum We Like to Move It, Move It: Classifying animals by features 1 st grade Curriculum is aligned with the Mississippi Academic Framework. Lessons and support material are provided

More information

Especially for Parents, Caregivers, and Children

Especially for Parents, Caregivers, and Children Especially for Parents, Caregivers, and Children Get Healthy Together With: Quick and Easy Activities Read-Along Poems Cut-Out Recipe Cards In collaboration with Produced in partnership with and As your

More information

Outline Of Classroom Management Plan (Management plan is designed for an elementary school placement. Refer to classroom map when needed.

Outline Of Classroom Management Plan (Management plan is designed for an elementary school placement. Refer to classroom map when needed. Outline Of Classroom Management Plan (Management plan is designed for an elementary school placement. Refer to classroom map when needed.) I. Room Preparation A. Bulletin Boards and Walls There will be

More information

Objective: God has a Plan! Bible Memory Verse: Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans THEME OVERVIEW

Objective: God has a Plan! Bible Memory Verse: Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans THEME OVERVIEW Miraculous Catches of Fish Scripture: Luke 5:1-11; John 21:1-6 Objective: God has a Plan! Bible Memory Verse: Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you

More information

The Faith Hall of Fame: Everyday People

The Faith Hall of Fame: Everyday People The Faith Hall of Fame: Everyday People Lesson 6 LESSON OVERVIEW Key Point: God uses ordinary, everyday people. Bible Story: Gideon is chosen for great things. Hebrew 11:32-40 Challenge Verse: Jeremiah

More information

Purpose: To acquire language and the ability to communicate successfully with others

Purpose: To acquire language and the ability to communicate successfully with others Purpose: To acquire language and the ability to communicate successfully with others The language development and communication domain involves the development of the ability to use language to communicate

More information

Fun ways to group students

Fun ways to group students Fun ways to group students Tips for dividing into groups. Picture Cards: Hand out cards with images on such as strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and other such groups of things. Then get them to

More information

Exploring Media. Time. Activity Overview. Activity Objectives. Materials Needed. Trainer s Preparation. 30 minutes

Exploring Media. Time. Activity Overview. Activity Objectives. Materials Needed. Trainer s Preparation. 30 minutes Exploring Media Time 30 minutes Activity Overview This module provides an introduction into how the curriculum defines media and its purposes. Activities allow participants to brainstorm the many types

More information

BIBLE TRUTH: KEY VERSE: FROM KENYA LEADER GUIDE MEET KYALONGUI LESSON 9. God has a plan for what our lives can be.

BIBLE TRUTH: KEY VERSE: FROM KENYA LEADER GUIDE MEET KYALONGUI LESSON 9. God has a plan for what our lives can be. LESSON 9 LEADER GUIDE MEET KYALONGUI FROM KENYA BIBLE TRUTH: God has a plan for what our lives can be. KEY VERSE: For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil,

More information

Begin the Investigation

Begin the Investigation s c i e n c e i n v e s t i g a t i o n Blow, Wind, Blow! Curious George Flies a Kite One windy day George becomes curious about the way the wind moves things. He ends up having a very exciting kite ride.

More information

Airplanes and World Travel

Airplanes and World Travel Airplanes and World Travel Level: Kindergarten Class Description: I have a kindergarten class for my practicum. I have twenty-two students in my class, with around an even split of boys and girls. My class

More information

country although enough southern heart beard dear hear recent scenery society financial exhibit example examine expose

country although enough southern heart beard dear hear recent scenery society financial exhibit example examine expose country although enough southern heart beard dear hear mood shoot wool cool recent scenery society financial exhibit example examine expose It me three hours to do the job. took was came went The president

More information

Lead the Way to Success!

Lead the Way to Success! Lead the Way to Success! What can a girl do? Lead the Change! Build excitement around the Girl Scout Cookie TM sale with a cookie event at the Council or Service Unit level. Girls of all ages learn by

More information

Activities for Community Building in Your Neighborhood

Activities for Community Building in Your Neighborhood Activities for Community Building in Your Neighborhood We all want to know our neighbors. But it can be hard to introduce ourselves or learn more than their names. The following activities are designed

More information

How To Kit. Picture Bingo

How To Kit. Picture Bingo How To Kit Picture Bingo Steps to Organizing a Picture Bingo Community Event 1. Find a space in the community to hold the event. (school, band office, nursing station, library, community hall) 2. Advertise

More information

1. Provide a knowledge base 2. Create an atmosphere 3. Present a stimulus 4. Generate questions 5. Facilitate a discussion

1. Provide a knowledge base 2. Create an atmosphere 3. Present a stimulus 4. Generate questions 5. Facilitate a discussion 1. Provide a knowledge base 2. Create an atmosphere 3. Present a stimulus 4. Generate questions 5. Facilitate a discussion 1 1. Provide a knowledge base If you want students to discuss a scientific or

More information

Tummy time with a Swiss ball

Tummy time with a Swiss ball Tummy time with a Swiss ball Playing with babies on an exercise ball is a fun way to help them strengthen postural muscles necessary for the development of motor skills. Overall Developmental Benefits:

More information

Using Books to Support Social Emotional Development

Using Books to Support Social Emotional Development Using Books to Support Social Emotional Development On Monday When It Rained By Cherryl Kachenmeister Houghton Mifflin Company, 1989 On Monday When It Rained is a great book for talking about feelings

More information

FIRST GRADE Number and Number Sense

FIRST GRADE Number and Number Sense FIRST GRADE Number and Number Sense Hundred Chart Puzzle Reporting Category Number and Number Sense Topic Count and write numerals to 100 Primary SOL 1.1 The student will a) count from 0 to 100 and write

More information

ZOOS GO BLUE. Your Trip to Zoo Atlanta! Sunday, April 6

ZOOS GO BLUE. Your Trip to Zoo Atlanta! Sunday, April 6 ZOOS GO BLUE Your Trip to Zoo Atlanta! Sunday, April 6 Autism Awareness Day at Zoo Atlanta! Going to the Zoo can be a lot of fun. Here are some things you can do to prepare for your exciting trip and make

More information

Introduce girls to the fun and excitement of the Girl Scout Cookie Program

Introduce girls to the fun and excitement of the Girl Scout Cookie Program Introduce girls to the fun and excitement of the Girl Scout Cookie Program Kick off your Girl Scout cookie season with the ultimate party for girls: a Girl Scout cookie rally! A great rally is designed

More information

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers

www.eslkidstuff.com Lesson Plans for ESL Kids Teachers Lesson: General: Time: Objectives: Structures: Target Vocab: 40 mins - 1 hour Talking about different members of the family "Who is this?" "How are you?" "I m fine thank you" "See you soon" father, mother,

More information

GRASP. Graded Repetitive Arm Supplementary Program. Exercise manual. Level. This research project is funded by UBC and the Heart and Stroke Foundation

GRASP. Graded Repetitive Arm Supplementary Program. Exercise manual. Level. This research project is funded by UBC and the Heart and Stroke Foundation GRASP Graded Repetitive Arm Supplementary Program Exercise manual Level 1 This research project is funded by UBC and the Heart and Stroke Foundation 1 Welcome to the Grasp study! Thank you for volunteering

More information

Activities to Help Your Baby Grow and Learn

Activities to Help Your Baby Grow and Learn Communication Your baby now has many different sounds and a lot to say. She likes to play with sounds such as ba ba ba and is learning that some sounds mean special people, such as dada. She understands

More information

Kindergarten supplement

Kindergarten supplement Kindergarten supplement Set D3 Measurement: Capacity Includes Activity 1: Fill & Compare D3.1 Activity 2: The Measuring Jar D3.3 Activity 3: Applesauce for Uncle Tony D3.7 Skills & Concepts H compare and

More information

Program of Studies. Preschool 2015-16

Program of Studies. Preschool 2015-16 Program of Studies Preschool 2015-16 PRESCHOOL BCD s preschool program provides a nurturing and stimulating educational environment for young children. Self-confidence and the ability to work with others

More information

Exercise Module. A New Leaf. Choices for Healthy Living

Exercise Module. A New Leaf. Choices for Healthy Living Exercise Module A New Leaf Choices for Healthy Living University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2007 Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Physical Activity Exercises for Keeping Active

More information

Training Series Part #2 Fundamentals of Life Insurance. Copyright 2014 all rights reserved

Training Series Part #2 Fundamentals of Life Insurance. Copyright 2014 all rights reserved Training Series Part #2 Fundamentals of Life Insurance Copyright 2014 all rights reserved Life Insurance Marketing The world of marketing can be both an exciting and daunting experience. Earp Enterprises

More information

ONLINE SAFETY TEACHER S GUIDE:

ONLINE SAFETY TEACHER S GUIDE: TEACHER S GUIDE: ONLINE SAFETY LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will learn how to use the Internet safely and effectively. Students will understand that people online are not always who they say they are.

More information

How to have a well behaved dog

How to have a well behaved dog How to have a well behaved dog Top Tips: Training should be FUN for both of you Training will exercise his brain Training positively will build a great relationship between you Training should be based

More information

HOOKED ON SCOUTING - 2015

HOOKED ON SCOUTING - 2015 HOOKED ON SCOUTING - 2015 One lucky Scout from each FSC will win a meet and greet with professional Bass Angler Kevin VanDam! 2015 Pack Hooked on Scouting Recruitment Manual For Fall Roundup Each brand

More information

Voter Registration: A How to Guide

Voter Registration: A How to Guide Voter Registration: A How to Guide Introduction In 2008, more young voters cast a ballot than in any other election since 18-20 year olds won the right to vote in 1971. Between now and Election Day 2012,

More information

Before you do anything else listen to this voxer message! http://voxer.com/v/4881241e24

Before you do anything else listen to this voxer message! http://voxer.com/v/4881241e24 Before you do anything else listen to this voxer message! http://voxer.com/v/4881241e24 *Please keep in mind this is NOT a replacement for face-to-face parties! This is just another option. Learn to use

More information